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revised Literal numbering in arabic environment
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comment A display in a pie chart that is not expected (or wanted)
@user74973 What's the difficulty reading the second line of my answer? I have even made the relevant part bold.
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comment A display in a pie chart that is not expected (or wanted)
@user74973 Look at the second line of my answer.
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comment Help with Help Lines
@user74973 The plot area starts at (-11, -11), but I want to start the grid at a multiply of the grid step width, (-10, -10). Since the origin of the axis coordinate system is in (0, 0) or eleven x units to the right and eleven y units to the top I can't use shift={(1, 1)}, I have to use the difference. Documentation, see pgf manual and pgfplots manual. The latter explains the configuration of grid in section "4.16 Grid Options" .
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revised Help with Help Lines
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comment A display in a pie chart that is not expected (or wanted)
@user74973 I do not like the left aligned entries in the image of the question, thus I have used align=center. Replacing center by left should not be to difficult? I have written my example in such a way, that this can be changed in one place instead of going through all nodes.
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comment A display in a pie chart that is not expected (or wanted)
@user74973 \foreach is documented in the manual for TikZ. TikZ is so powerful, that things can be done in many different ways. The example in my answer is just an example to show such a different way.
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comment A display in a pie chart that is not expected (or wanted)
@user74973 Package siunitx is the state of the art package for typesetting units and numbers. The package has documentation. Of course, you are free to set the percent numbers the way you like. But, AFAIK, a space is missing between the number and the percent sign in the question.
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answered Literal numbering in arabic environment
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comment A display in a pie chart that is not expected (or wanted)
@user74973 The align=left is applied to the outer node with the empty text. In my answer you can see, that I applied the align option to the pin node.
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revised A display in a pie chart that is not expected (or wanted)
Package siunitx added.
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comment Help with Help Lines
@user74973 The origins of the coordinate systems are different. Especially the origin of the axis coordinate system is not at (0pt, 0pt). Therefore I use the difference to calculate the step width.
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comment A display in a pie chart that is not expected (or wanted)
@user74973 The node with the position is put on the line from (O) to (225:3).
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revised A display in a pie chart that is not expected (or wanted)
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answered A display in a pie chart that is not expected (or wanted)
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revised TikZ: double line, one dashed?
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revised TikZ: double line, one dashed?
Decoration example simplified by merging the separate decorations into one.
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comment How to write system of differential equations
The duplicate candidate does not explain the issue with the equation numbers or the alignment of the right curly braces.